Look!  More people signed up for free, welfare based, 100 percent government funded healthcare than paid (even with subsidized premiums) for their own healthcare.  Success!!

New York was one of the best-performing states in the nation. More than 390,000 New Yorkers enrolled in plans via the state’s exchange, nearly double initial projections. Another 436,000 qualified for Medicaid, though it’s not clear how many were newly eligible due to the law. Connecticut also significantly exceeded projections, enrolling more than 74,000 people through the state’s exchange, and more than 105,000 in Medicaid. New Jersey, on the other hand, under-performed projections, enrolling just 74,000 people via the state exchange, and 145,000 in Medicaid.

From: The New York Post, April 2, 2014.